Diploma of Training Design and Development


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NRT logoThe Diploma of Training Design & Development (TAE50216) is for experienced vocational training designers and those who are responsible for the process of developing training – from understanding needs, designing solutions and delivering best practice.

About the program

This is the very latest TAE50216 Diploma of Training Design & Development. It is intended for for experienced vocational training designers and those who are responsible for the process of developing training – from understanding needs, designing solutions and delivering best practice.

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The Diploma of Training Design & Development (TAE50216) along with the Diploma of Vocational Education and Training (TAE50111) is becoming increasingly necessary to separate the truly dedicated professional from the seemingly endless number of people who hold the Cert IV TAE (TAE40110).

Experienced vocational training developers and instructional designers who are responsible for:

  • Analysing training needs, and
  • Designing training solutions and products to meet workplace capability requirements, and evaluating the effectiveness of training programs.

They may have a role in providing guidance and advice to trainers and assessors, promoting innovative practices, e.g. e-learning, and in researching and incorporating best practice in training and assessment into training programs and products.

We offer the Diploma of Training Design & Development program through a blended pathway of RPL and Coursework.  Experience tells us that students seeking this Diploma possess a range of relevant experience and qualifications.

Because no two people are the same, making you jump through the same hoops as everyone else just doesn’t make sense.

That’s why our process often begins with a conversation.

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We allow 8 months for our Diploma program, although experience tells us that experienced professionals usually take 3-6 months to complete a program of blended RPL/Coursework.

No conversation about fees can be separated from conversation about service.  If you missed the following graphic from our Home Page then it shows the level of service we offer.

We think it is worth considering when thinking about fees.

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We have an upfront and deferred payment option.

Upfront: The fee for the Dip TDD program is $1500.  This comprises an upfront payment of $1000, with the balance of $500 payable in 90 days or prior to graduation (whichever is earlier).

Payment Plan: Ten monthly payments of $170 each. This is a total of $1700.

This option requires the use of our PayWay Direct Debit facility, and your enrolment will commence following receipt of the first payment.

Single Unit Studies: For students seeking less than the full qualification, individual units are available at a fee of $200 each.

Extensions are available for a fee of $200 per month, or $500 for 6 months.

You may select your preferred payment option on the Enrolment Form.

Hidden Costs?

If your program requires the textbook, Professional Training & Assessment, then you may need to purchase this.  This will be determined once the Personal Learning Plan process has been completed.

It’s one thing to think about taking the next step to secure your future. It is another to actually go and do it.

When you are ready to take control of the direction your life takes, then we invite you to join us.

Our enrolment process involves four steps, as shown below.

You can get your online enrolment started here.

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Would you like some more information?

If you would like to receive all the relevant information in one go, complete the following form.

Also, because experience tells us that most people don’t actually know what the Diploma units will involve, we’ll give you a printable checklist that will show what you are likely to be “in for”.

 

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The Units of Study

The Diploma of Training Design & Development includes 10 Units of Competency, which are made up of:

5 Core units, plus

5 Elective units


3 Elective units must be selected from the Elective Units tab located on the left.

The remaining 2 Elective units may be selected from any currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course.

We will work out the best combination of units as part of the Personal Learning Plan process once you have started, and can change the combination of units through the course to reflect changes in your circumstance.

Important points to remember:

  • There are no prerequisite requirements for individual units of competency.
  • Where a unit is chosen from another currently endorsed Training Package or accredited course, it must be from a qualification or course at Diploma level or above.
  • Elective units must be relevant to the work outcome, local industry requirements and the qualification level.
  • All units are available via RPL. Some units are not available by Coursework – these are noted as “RPL Only” in the Elective Units tab located on the left.
CodeTitleSummary of Requirements
TAEASS502Design and develop assessment toolsDevelop three assessment tools to assess at least three units of competency

Ensure your tools reflect the Principles of Assessment and Rules of Evidence
TAEDES501Design and develop learning strategiesDevelop two learning programs and explain how they reflect the needs of your client and the training package.

Review a learning strategy that you or someone else has implemented to make sure that it is improved
TAEDES502Design and develop learning resourcesResearch, design and develop two print resources to meet client needs

Explain how your resources reflect learner and industry needs
TAEDES505Evaluate a training programEvaluate a training program against workforce performance needs and capability requirements

Produce an evaluation report that addresses all phases of the evaluation process including recommendations on areas for improvement

Critically review the evaluation process and approaches taken and propose changes to improve the process.
TAETAS501Undertake organisational training needs analysisConduct at least two organisational training needs analyse, outlining the processes you followed, the outcomes and recommendations.

Note: From April 17, 2016, all of our Dip TDD graduates will be issued with the latest version of these units, as published at training.gov.au.

CodeTitleSummary of Requirements
TAEASS501Provide advanced assessment practiceAssess at least 20 individual candidates from a total of at least 50 units of competency from training packages or accredited courses

Lead assessment processes with and for at least 5 assessors
TAEASS503Lead assessment validation processesProvide support to other assessors, including modelling good assessment and validation practice

Contribute positively to the work of assessors and others involved in carrying out assessments and validation

Initiate, organise and facilitate assessment validation on at least three occasions

Use outcomes of validation and appeals to improve assessment practice.
TAEDEL501
(RPL only)
Facilitate e-learningDevelop an e-learning program

Describe at least two e-learning activities that you have organized and facilitated, and explain how each catered for the needs of client and learner.
TAEDEL502Provide advanced facilitation practiceConduct a minimum of 100 hours of group facilitation
TAEDES503
(RPL only)
Design and develop e-learning resourcesResearch, design and develop e-learning resources to meet client needs?

Explain how your resources reflect learner and industry needs
TAEPDD501Maintain and enhance professional practiceReviewing with your peers the feedback received from at least 10 hours of training that you have conducted

Reviewing with your peers the assessment of 10 candidates

Maintain your professional currency in your chosen field
TAELLN401Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skillsAddress core LLN issues in training and assessment practice on at least two different occasions

Cater for the LLN needs of a particular student

Use the ACSF to determine the level of a student and training demand
TAELLN411Address adult language, literacy and numeracy skillsAddress core LLN issues in training and assessment practice on at least two different occasions

Cater for the LLN needs of a particular student

Use the ACSF to determine the level of a student and training demand
TAELLN501Support the development of adult language literacy and numeracy skillsUse the ACSF to determine the LLN levels of at least 5 learners

Cater for the LLN needs of at least 2 learners/learner groups

Lead other trainers/assessors in extending their own LLN practice
TAESUS502
(RPL only)
Identify and apply current sustainability education principles and practice to learning programsFrom a wide range of sources, explain how you identified, analysed and documented effective learning and teaching principles and practices

Explain how you identified and evaluated best practice sustainability education principles, practices strategies from a wide range of sources (nationally and internationally) and documented links with effective learning and teaching

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